Bruno Bierrenbach Feder is a visual storyteller with a focus on human experiences. Born in São Paulo, Brazil, he has lived in New Zealand and the United Kingdom before returning to his hometown to study International Relations. With a passion for documentary photography, Bruno has worked in several countries including Pakistan, Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Myanmar, and South Sudan, where he has collaborated with international organizations such as the United Nations Population Fund, Oxfam, and the Turkish agency Anadolu. 

He was also part of a United Nations exhibition in New York, showcasing his work on "Rights, Safety, and Dignity for Women in South Sudan."A graduate of the International Center of Photography's Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism program, Bruno's work has been published in leading media outlets including The Guardian, Vogue, and BBC. He is currently based in Lisbon, where he is pursuing an MSc in Development and International Cooperation at the Lisbon School of Economics and Management. 

Bruno's goal as a visual storyteller is to shed light on important issues and give a voice to the voiceless. He invites viewers to see the world from a unique perspective and to understand the emotions and struggles of the human experience.

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